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Lego case for iPod shuffle announced

imageThe BrixPod Classic is a limited edition iPod shuffle case made of Legos. Resembling a full-size iPod, the unique case is assembled by hand from 59 Lego parts.

“The BrixPod Classic can be displayed alone but is intended for use with the iPod shuffle. By inserting the shuffle into the top of the BrixPod you get the effect of a fully functional music player constructed from Lego. The shuffle is held securely and protected inside the BrixPod. By pushing on the screen area of the BrixPod the shuffle can be paused/played. An eject slider on the back of the BrixPod allows you to remove the shuffle easily.”

300 BrixPods will be available. The first 150 units will go on sale tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. ET for $49.99 each. The second group of 150 units will be available in approximately three weeks. [via TUAW]

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21

Rather than buying this, wouldn’t it be cheaper to just wear a sign that says “Not only am I a dork, I’m also an idiot” ?

If I ever see anyone with this, I’m going to kick them in the ipod, b/c that would do more harm than kicking them in their unused sex organs.

Posted by AP Kelly on October 28, 2005 at 2:18 PM (PDT)

22

Shouldn’t the date on this news item be 4.1.2006?  Because I sure hope it’s a joke.

Posted by kevin on October 31, 2005 at 4:14 PM (PDT)

23

Looks like a fun design.

You guys remember what fun was, right?

Posted by Ron on November 1, 2005 at 1:23 PM (PDT)

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